Anger over the martyrdom of 44 CRPF personnel in a dastardly terror attack at Pulwama yesterday spilled over the roads of Jammu region today with people in large numbers hitting the streets to voice their strong resentment against militants as well as Pakistan and demanding that terrorism should be crushed with an iron hand and Pakistan taught a lesson by the Government while an unprecedented bandh was observed in most parts of the Jammu region with majority of Government offices, educational institutions shut and traffic off the roads on National Highways and major roads.
Protesters clash with police during a shutdown against the killing of 40 CRPF personnel in the Pulwama terror attack, in Jammu.
— Rajeev Nagotra (@nagotrk) February 16, 2019
Day after violence, situation under control in Jammu but curfew continues
Day after violence, situation under control in Jammu but curfew continues pic.twitter.com/UChfReMQ4h
— JAMMU LINKS NEWS (@JAMMULINKS) February 16, 2019
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Protests In Jammu Over Pulwama Attack, Curfew On, Army On Standby pic.twitter.com/I9eKprFnK1
— Rajinder Singh (@rajinder_rajput) February 16, 2019
#Clashes between jammuties and kashmiris living in jammu right now for waving Indian flag in muslim area of #Jammu. #gujjarnagar #PulwamaAttack #curfew @OmarAbdullah and fellow leaders, backing innocent kashmiris pelting stones on jammuties right now. pic.twitter.com/Ka1UZegl7j
— Anirudh Gupta™ (@TheAnirudhGupta) February 15, 2019
After deployment of Army, no untowards incident reported in curfew bound area of Jammu.